Best camping trails in Weminuche Wilderness, Colorado

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Explore the most popular camping trails in Weminuche Wilderness with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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#1 - Fourmile Falls via Fourmile Stock Drive Trail
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 8.3 mi • Est. 3 h 19 m
The road to the trailhead is closed during the winter. Show more
#2 - Pinos River Trail to Emerald Lake
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 20.4 mi • Est. 10 h 16 m
#3 - Pine River Trail to Weminuche Trail
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 27.6 mi • Est. Multi-day
#4 - Four Mile Creek and Anderson Trail Loop
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 14.5 mi • Est. 7 h 50 m
#5 - Squaw Creek, Continental Divide and Weminuche Trail Loop
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 29.1 mi • Est. Multi-day
Note: The term squaw is considered universally offensive by Indigenous groups in America due to its use for hundreds of years in a derogatory context. Indigenous activists have continued to work both locally and in more general educational efforts, to rename the locations across North America that contain the slur, as well as to eliminate the slur from the lexicon in general. See here for more info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squaw#Efforts_to_rename_placenames_and_terms_with_squaw_in_themShow more
#6 - Elk Park Train Stop to Needleton
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 36 mi • Est. Multi-day
#7 - West Lost Trail and Lost Trail Loop
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 19.8 mi • Est. 10 h 36 m
#8 - Burnt Timber Trail and Lime Mesa Loop
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 9.4 mi • Est. 5 h 33 m
#9 - Williams Creek Trail to CDT/Squaw Pass to Cimarrona Trail
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 21.3 mi • Est. Multi-day
Note: The term squaw is considered universally offensive by Indigenous groups in America due to its use for hundreds of years in a derogatory context. Indigenous activists have continued to work both locally and in more general educational efforts, to rename the locations across North America that contain the slur, as well as to eliminate the slur from the lexicon in general. See here for more info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squaw#Efforts_to_rename_placenames_and_terms_with_squaw_in_them A gorgeous backpacking route that goes from 8,000ft to 12,600. This route is pretty perfect for a 21 mile route and is filled with water opportunities and several close encounters with wildlife including moose. The end of this route links with the beginning portion of the route up Cimarrona Trail, so feel free to get wild and link the two and end at Poison Park. You can park in either parking lot for this route because you will return right next to your car. Show more
#10 - Mount Hope via Wolf Creek Pass
Weminuche Wilderness
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Length: 23.5 mi • Est. Multi-day